5th Grade Language Arts Worksheets

Set the stage for learning with our free, printable 5th grade language arts worksheets. Prepare children to use correlative conjunctions, prepositions, interjections, and perfect verb tenses. Help them identify shifts in verb tenses, use commas in a series, learn the meaning of Greek and Latin prefixes, interpret figurative language, draw inferences, make predictions, and much more.

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Choose Correct Predeterminers to Complete Sentences

Remember that a predeterminer is used before a determiner as you go about completing the sentences in these 5th grade English worksheets pdf with appropriate predeterminers.

Matching Commonly Confused Words to Their Meanings

Bring to the forefront of your mind the meaning of each word listed and match accordingly in these printable language arts worksheets for grade 5 kids.

Identifying and Explaining Idioms

Study each sentence, zeroing in on the idiom it features, underline the idiom, and write a crisp explanation for it in the space provided.

Sequencing Order of Events

Write 1, 2, 3, and 4 to indicate with ease the order of events in each set presented in these pdf worksheets for 5th grade children.

Sequencing Order of Events

Finding Compound Direct Objects

Read the sentences, isolate the compound direct objects featured in them, and make sure to write them separately in the space provided.

Finding Compound Direct Objects

Rhyming Analogies

Bring the ending syllables of the words into your field of vision and check if they sound similar when completing these rhyming-word analogies.

Rhyming Analogies

Identifying and Coloring Synonyms

Hone in on the meaning of each given word, also accompanied by a picture, identify the option that has a similar meaning and color it.

Two-Syllable and Three-Syllable Words in Passages

Shade the words with two syllables yellow, and shade the words with three syllables blue as and when you come across them in each short passage.

Two-Syllable and Three-Syllable Words in Passages

Converting Imperative Sentences into Reported Speech

Pore over the imperative sentences in these printable ELA worksheets for grade 5, modify them as instructed, and transform them into statements of indirect speech.

Completing Sentences Using "Their", "They're", or "There"

Determine which of the three words, "their", "there", and "they're", when used to complete a sentence, doesn't abridge the intended meaning.